Humorously Edited Footage of an Intersection Creates Nearly Catastrophic Rush Hour Traffic [VIDEO]
There isn’t anything more frustrating, and sometimes frightening, than when traffic is just awful during rush hour. Argentinian director Fernando Livschitz of Black Sheep Films decided to recreate an intense, chaotic and stomach-flipping rush hour, in which every car, pedestrian and cyclist narrowly escapes a collision.
Livschitz first filmed a typical intersection and then edited the footage. He clones the cars, bicycles and people and places them in the perfect place at the perfect time to create what appears to be a choreographed dance. This dance, however, is more a dance of death as everyone just barely avoids catastrophe. Livschitz’ choice of music is also excellent, aptly pairing the edited footage with Mr. Sandman by The Chordettes.